About One Foot Tsunami

One Foot Tsunami is the website for humor writing and social commentary by Paul Kafasis. Paul would love to thank you for reading One Foot Tsunami, but he’s too busy writing great new content for you (yes, you). Paul publishes one new post to this site each weekday and spends almost none of the rest of his time writing about himself in the third person.

If you just can’t get enough of Paul’s comedy, try following him on Instagram.

There’s also a now-dormant Twitter account which had some decent material. And speaking of dormant, Paul is also one half of the mildly-popular Just The Tip comedy podcast, alongside his good friend Amy Jane Gruber.


Paul loves hearing from readers. You can contact him directly by emailing paul@onefoottsunami.com.

Pings to @OneFootTsunami on Mastodon, Micro.blog, Bluesky, or Twitter may also work, but they’re less likely to be noticed in a timely fashion.


Thanks to the wonders of technology, you can be notified when a new post appears on OFT. Because Paul’s entire sense of self-worth is directly and exclusively tied to the number of readers this site gets, he urges you to subscribe to One Foot Tsunami via one (or more!) of the following methods:

Email: Use a completely free Feedrabbit account to receive one (1) email for each post on One Foot Tsunami. Set up a new subscription in seconds by entering the site’s feed URL (https://onefoottsunami.com/feed/atom/), followed by your email address.

RSS: If you know that RSS isn’t dead, you can subscribe to the site’s feed. If you’re a big nerd, you might care that that’s technically an Atom feed. You might also be interested in the JSON Feed instead.

Microblogging Services: To receive a toot containing a link to each new OFT post, follow the One Foot Tsunami accounts on Micro.blog, Bluesky, Mastodon, and/or Twitter.

Facebook: If the almighty algorithm wills it, your Facebook news feed may include links to new posts once you Like the One Foot Tsunami page.


Special thanks are due to Magdalena Steciuk for continued assistance with this site’s design as well as Christa Mrgan for initial help with graphics and design.